This work focuses on the set of problems surrounding the classification of movable state cultural goods under cultural property law in the event of state succession. What happens to a state's cultural goods when it loses part of its territory or if the state ceases to exist? To whom do these goods belong and under what conditions must they be released?
Yves Huguenin-Bergenat, Zürich.
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